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Administrative Inspections Conducted As Criminal Raids Are Unconstitutional

Brian Berry was a barber who had owned and operated Strictly Skillz barber shop since 2007, when he purchased the business from another individual.  Edwyn Durant, Reginald Trammon, and Jermario Anderson were barbers who rented barbering chairs at Strictly Skillz for a weekly rental fee.  During the relevant time frame, all four individuals possessed a valid Florida barber’s license.  Under Florida state law, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (“DBPR”) is authorized to conduct inspections of barbershops to ensure compliance with state licensing and sanitation standards once every two years.  However, DBPR lacks law enforcement authority, and must rely on law enforcement officers to address any violations of state laws which it discovers. 

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Secret Service Lapse in Atlanta Revealed

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In the wake of investigations and outrage surrounding the now-infamous White House “fence-jumper,” Omar Gonzalez, another serious lapse in presidential security by the Secret Service has been uncovered. During a September 16th trip to Atlanta, during which President Obama visited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to discuss the U.S.’s handling of the Ebola crisis, a security contractor with a personal firearm and three previous convictions for assault and battery was allowed on an elevator with the president. The contractor’s presence on the elevator was in violation of at least three Secret Service protocols designed to protect the president from potentially dangerous individuals.

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WAEPA's Favorable Policy Claims Experience Yields $7.5 Million in Refunds for Federal Employees

As a civilian federal employee, you probably are aware of your FEGLI life insurance options. Well, did you know that you can obtain economical group term life insurance through WAEPA?

WAEPA is a non-profit association founded in 1943, dedicated to serving the health, welfare, and financial well-being of civilian federal employees and their families. 

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Celebrate National Wildlife Refuge Week

GEICO’s Good Stuff is a column series highlighting great stuff happening in the federal community. 

October 12-18 is National Wildlife Refuge Week. National refuges are operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Every state in the union has at least one refuge, with many offering special events and free or discounted admission during the week.

The National Wildlife Refuge System is the world’s premier public conservation network, protecting more than 150 million acres of wildlife habitat in 562 refuges and 38 wetland management districts. Refuges offer outstanding recreational opportunities, from fishing, hunting, hiking and birding to paddling, snowshoeing and wildlife photography. 

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